Considering the French are famous for their food Terminal 2E (transit from intercontinental to European flight) offers very few culinary delights. Food court contains four bland looking restaurants that weren't open at 9am the day we visited leaving only Laduree some rubbishy looking modern takeaway shop (a coke for 4.90EUR?) and a small similarly overpriced coffee bar for refreshments. The shops seem to veer towards the high end (one can buy a Hermes bag but not a decent cup of coffee) with the exception of the excellent La Maison du Chocolat perhaps the only shop selling any gifts under 50EUR. To get from one part of the terminal to another you need to brave a half an hour bus ride that you need to factor into your connection. Seating is okay but it was bitterly cold inside. Signposting is indeed very haphazard but if you know where you are going then there is little in the way of unnecessary bureaucracy - only one security check which had many lanes and went very quickly manned by friendly staff who could also speak English.